Google’s Android Go is Bridging the Hardware Gap for Android Cheap Devices

    • May 19, 2017
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    Android Go is a new brand lightweight version of Android O which is specially designed to run on low-end and cheap hardware. This initiative is taken by Google for software only and is applied to cheap devices. Android Go will focus on building a new version of Android that will work for the phone having less memory. Also, it is aiming to bridge the hardware gap with system UI and Kernel which supports for running even on 512 MB less memory. Mobile apps are going to be optimized for all the low bandwidth and memory.

    Android devices having 1GB of RAM or even less than 1GB will soon get updations starting with Android O as soon as Android Go will release in the market. Google is really working hard to deliver exceptional and awesome technological changes to serve people with the most up-to-date market trends. Developers at Google are really super enthusiastic and highly imaginative to work on the unexpected ideas.

    At AgileInfoways, we have a rock-star team of Android Developers who are highly and superfluously talented to deliver awesome mobile apps. Having 10+ years of experience in crafting beautiful Android Apps, we are doing a flawless job on the grounds of mobile app development. We are continuously striving to fulfill clients’ demand by providing them the best-in-class Android Apps.

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